War Memory and the Making of Modern Malaysia and Singapore

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Singapore fell to Japanese forces on 15 February 1942. Within a matter of days, the occupying army took prisoner more than 100,000 British, Australian and Indian soldiers, and massacred thousands of Chinese civilians. A resistance movement formed in Malaya's jungle-covered mountains, but the vast majority of people could do little but resign themselves to life under Japanese rule. The Occupation of Malaya would last three and a half years, until the British returned in September 1945. How is this period remembered? And how ...

War Memory and the Making of Modern Malaysia and Singapore 2012, NUS Press, Singapore

ISBN-13: 9789971695996

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